Pierre A.L. Mommers assists trial lawyers in opening estates for wrongful death cases and personal injury settlements pending or obtained before death, and in establishing guardianships when a disabled person or minor receives a personal injury settlement. Whether your case involves personal injury, nursing home abuse or neglect, medical malpractice, or wrongful death, Pierre A.L. Mommers can quickly establish an estate or guardianship so you do not have to concern yourself with that process. Our Melbourne law firm charges a small, initial flat fee to establish an estate and keeps the estate open while you prosecute your case. Our Brevard County firm works hand-in-hand with you and your client to establish and explain this process, so that you can focus on your case and acting as your client’s trial lawyer. Pierre A.L. Mommers can also help establish a Special Needs Trust for a client of yours that has received or is expecting to receive a settlement, so that your client does not lose his or her government benefits such as Social Security, SSI, SSD, SSDI, Medicaid, Medicare. Our Brevard County firm can also help administer the Special Needs Trust after your case is concluded so that you know that your client is in good hands after his or her settlement.